Between Ten And Six
A play by Chris Mayo
"Sometimes it’s just good to know who you’ve got living under your roof isn’t it?"
Two strangers, Charlie and Ed sit in a dusty flat in North London. Charlie an anxiety ridden twenty-something and Ed, his socially awkward live-in Landlord. One needs a roof over his head the other just wants a friend. A late running parcel, delayed girlfriend and stilted conversation build the tension in the room. Just how much can the two tolerate before one of them snaps?
Chris Mayo’s dark comedy is his debut play which was first shown at the Etcetera Theatre, London before being performed at the Leicester Square Theatre and the Brighton Fringe.
“Hilarious and shockingly devastating at the same time — it is undoubtedly a triumph.” A Younger Theatre